Child and Family
As a pediatrician, Dr. Elizabeth Walenz often sees how reading to children helps with language development and helping kids succeed in school. Now, there is yet another reason for you to cuddle up with your kid and a few good books.
Dr. Emily Bendlin answers a question she hears from time to time. When is it ok to leave my child alone at home?
Pediatrician Dr. Emily Bendlin talks about 3 optional medications offered to each newborn: Vitamin K injection, Hepatitis B vaccine and Erythromycin eye drops and the protection they provide your baby.(VIDEO)
Strep throat is a contagious disease caused by infection with streptococcal bacteria. How do you know if what your child is suffering from strep or just a run-of-the-mill virus?
The Breastfeeding Boutique at Methodist Women's Hospital helps provide growing families with the breastfeeding supplies they need to care for their new infants - no matter where they deliver.
Having just returned back to work after maternity leave, Dr. Emily Bendlin knows the mix of emotions that come with having to leave your baby. Because it can be such an emotional and difficult transition, she has a few tips to help get you through.
From conception to age 3, the first 1,000 days, is a critical time for brain development. And, nutrition - whether too little or too much - is key to healthy development. What does your baby need?
There are simple steps parents, grandparents and caregivers can take to keep babies healthy and safe. It’s all about following the ABCs of safe sleep.
Ok, yeah. It looks gross. But there’s actually a reason our ears have all that wax. Read the answers to parents' 4 most-asked questions about earwax.